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Old 06-25-2013, 08:17 PM   #21
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...That has got to be the longest finale I have ever seen....
That's what she said!

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Grill some beef, a couple of beers, and fireworks in the driveway. Unfortunately, nothing too Boomish as it flips out the dogs and the wife gets mad!


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We'll be vacationing all week in the NC Mountains (Maggie Valley to be exact)... So that will be a treat in itself... Bringing some S.C. fireworks along (because the one's you can get in NC suuuuucccckkkkk)... and we'll set a couple off on the down-low... But other than that we'll celebrate like we do most holidays... together as a family
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We normally stay out here on the farm,invite all the family for some grilling and fireworks.
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Probably going to have the family over for a BBQ. Didn't do it last year. So this year is mandatory.
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I blow stuff up and stay up late. Pretty typical.


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